Units within Belonging and Inclusion

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Multicultural and International Student Support and Engagement

Supporting student success on the University of Iowa campus through planned activities at the four UI Cultural and LGBTQ Resource Centers, annual diversity programs, and student organization events.

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Rape Victim Advocacy Program (RVAP)

Providing free, confidential, trauma-informed advocacy to people affected by sexual violence and promoting social change through prevention education.

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Student Disability Services (SDS)

SDS serves the University of Iowa’s commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion by providing support and academic accommodations for students with disabilities. SDS collaborates with students, faculty, and staff to create an accessible educational environment for all.

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Woman's Resource and Action Center (WRAC)

WRAC works to create greater equity for individuals and communities of all identities, with a particular focus on women, through activism, social justice initiatives, leadership training, advocacy, service, and personal and professional development.

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Recent News

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Student Disability Services: Moving on up... the road!

Monday, November 1, 2021
Previously housed in the basement of Burge Residence Hall, the office of Student Disability Services has moved to a new location as of fall 2021: 141 University Capitol Centre. This move, initiated by the advocacy of the UI Students for Disability Advocacy and Awareness (UISDAA) organization, was made possible following the efforts of a committee consisting of UI administrators, staff, UISDAA members, and students in 2018-19.